Top 7 Pet Products Marketing Tips

25 December 18

Currently, pet health supplements are in high demand. All our clients are raving about the high profits they are raking in from the sale of pet supplement products, regardless of whether they have introduced entire pet product lines or have only added, to their existing product lines, 1 or 2 pet health products. If you are wondering about how you can get in on the action, and cash in as well, the answer is simple, without wasting any more time, add pet health supplements to your selection.

Marketing these products can however, feel intimidating. Marketing to human customers is quite straightforward. Buyers usually actively seek out the products they need. On top of the fact that pets cant directly express their need for dietary supplements to their human owners, they cannot get online and search for the most suitable Soft Chew. To help you overcome these challenges, we have come up with a list of seven tips you can use to market your pet health supplements.

  1. Demonstrate the Value Of the Products

These days, times are tougher. Discount deals are highly sought after, even by the most indulgent pet owners. The advantages of the products on the pets of your customers should be the basis of promoting your products. By demonstrating how beneficial the products are, you can be able to show customers that they are getting a great deal.

  1. Take Advantage Of The Current Trend On Organic And Natural Pet Products

It is only right to assume that natural and organic products are great for pets, if they are considered to be great for humans. A large number of pet owners follow this logic. Natural and organic pet products are rising in popularity, in line with the current trend on natural and organic products meant for human consumption. As such, buyers will be willing to pay more for natural and organic products meant for animal consumption just as they are when it comes to similar products for humans.

  1. High Profits For High Quality Ingredients

Some owners are willing to spend more, even though most are economical. Buyers who want their pets to get the best are likely to spend more, in line with the second point. You can list any organic or natural ingredients used in your products, even if the product itself isn’t entirely organic. To capture the attention of discerning customers, play up the exclusivity of your products.

  1. Baby Boomers Also Have A Soft Spot For Their Pets

Younger, Millenials and Generation Z, pet owners are responsible for most of the buzz surrounding the current pet boom we are experiencing. These days however, an increasing number of baby boomers are pampering their pets as well. In your current marketing strategy, consider adding this consumer group.

  1. Also Growing In Popularity Are Preventatives

“An ounce or prevention is worth a pound of cure”, as Benjamin Franklin once said. Keeping pets healthy is one of the main goals of pet owners. Perhaps this is the easiest of all our tips. You can give details on how a given supplement helps relieve the symptoms of a specific condition or disease, even though you can’t claim, on the label, that a product is effective in treating a given condition or disease” to ensure that you don’t overstep the boundaries, stick within the necessary FDA guidelines. Pet owners will pay for preventative supplements, eagerly.

  1. To Succeed, Target A Specific Market

For American pet owners, obesity is fast becoming a growing concern. Age related concerns are also more common as pets are now living longer. You are more likely to succeed with a more targeted approach. By focusing on this niche, you are more likely to appeal to owners of aging pets. Such owners are looking to keep their pets as happy and healthy as possible, simply because they have been with them for years.

  1. You Can Never Go Wrong With Content Marketing

Pet health product sellers can take advantage of content marketing in new ways, even though it is primarily considered to be a great approach for any digital marketing campaign. You can use Facebook to profile a different pet every week. Or, offer pet owners useful tips” tips on how to choose the right pet groomer, questions to ask your vet, how to handle fussy eaters etc. – through blog posts. You can even encourage your audience to tag your pet products in their posts on social media as a means of increasing the level of engagement with them. There are endless possibilities.

We are looking to assist you with getting the most out of your business, regardless of what you add to your product offering. Our solutions position our client a level above the competition, from web design to marketing strategy.

About Silver Shadow Ventures:

Silver Shadow Ventures purchased Mountain West in June 2018 to break into the non CBD supplement industry. As a companies company we now offer over 180 CBD Products with 500 variations, 1200 non CBD supplements. Silver Shadow has 20,000sq feet of FDA Registered Clean rooms